Thanksgiving

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A guest post written by Diana Colarossi from San Juan Capistrano, California. Is Thanksgiving, a day, a holiday, or a state of mind? Does it matter if we celebrate Thanksgiving among friends, family, or alone? Thanksgiving isn’t a day. It’s a state of mind giving gratitude to God. Thanks to God shouldn’t be confined to one special day of the year. Nor is it a time that must be spent with people, for joy can also be found in the quiet Continue Reading

Transforming Life with Love

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A guest post written by Diana Colarossi Two years ago an aggressive cat showed up at my home – meowing hungrily. He wanted attention but did not want to be touched and he appeared feral. I was afraid of him and he was afraid of me. It was an awkward beginning with his colorful language being mostly hisses and snarls. My husband and I fed him and nightly we would say kind words to him. But nothing changed until one night my husband spoke to him Continue Reading

Thanksgiving

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A guest post written by Diana Colarossi Is Thanksgiving, a day, a holiday, or a state of mind? Does it matter if we celebrate Thanksgiving among friends, family, or alone? Thanksgiving isn’t a day. It’s a state of mind giving gratitude to God. Thanks to God shouldn’t be confined to one special day of the year. Nor is it a time that must be spent with people, for joy can also be found in the quiet solitude of God’s presence. Gratitude Continue Reading

The Perennial Gift

photo illustrated by Abhishek Kumar

  A guest post written by Diana Colarossi December is the “gift giving” month when religious holidays become an occasion for exchanging tokens of love. January, on the other hand, isn’t thought of in these terms - and neither is any other month of the year - but valuable gifts are given every day of the year. Millions of people give caring gifts throughout the year by volunteering. According to the Corporation for National & Continue Reading